These are not wheat buns or wholemeal buns, but cheese buns and they taste great, especially with lots of delicious fillings, like here with cream cheese, mustard, salmon, cucumber and tomato.
The possibilities are many and you stay within strict LCHF.
Also read: What is LCHF?
However, I must say that our children do not share the same enthusiasm as us 😊, but it is definitely the closest we have come to a lunch bun, both in taste and texture.
It resembles a bagel or panini as well as the cheese buns are very easy and quick to make.
There will be 8 buns with this recipe
What to use:
3 tablespoons Psyllium Husk Powder
4 tablespoons potato fiber
1 teaspoon baking powder and half teaspoon salt
How to do:
Mix all the ingredients well in a bowl
Let the dough rest for 10-15 minutes until the mass is completely firm
Wet your hands and form 8 buns. Place on a baking sheet
Preheat the oven to 200 degrees and they should have about 20 minutes until they are dark brown (Preferably a little darker than lighter)
We use them as lunch buns and here are a few extra ideas for fillings as well as they can be used for hot dog bread and burger buns, remember sesame on top.
- At the bottom thin slices of cucumber and in the middle chicken salad. At the top a few slices of bacon.
- Eggs, mayonnaise, avocado, tomato and cucumber
Love from Nat and Mike